This is about a year or so too late for my gang, although I still cut up their apples after school because they prefer it that way and also because they do get wiggly teeth that make it hard to bite into apples. But I cannot be alone when I say; I have no idea […]
It’s been one of those days where nothing can help but bacon. So, tonight we have breakfast for dinner. I love breakfast for dinner. It’s one of my all time favorite comfort foods.
I thought you all might find this as helpful as I did!
MAKE AND TAKE THE TIME FOR THE RELATIONSHIPS THAT MATTER DON’T FORGET HOW AND WHERE ‘IT’ ALL STARTED…….
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I agree, though I find it better if that world is well connected to the lets say normal one, cause otherwise it can lead to some emotional problems like sadness, loneliness, worrying too much about money or popularity, and such.
I completely agree. You are so right! But it still happens…
You might like to read my post about that exact topic!
You can find it here:
Ok, reading it right now.
Nice One.. Jennifer..!!!
This is very true. In most cases it is how I process my life. In extreme cases, it is a coping mechanism. But I am learning to consider the people around me, before I just disappear.
That is the first step right? Realization..
I meant it more in the context of my getting caught up in writing so I have extended absences in my blog but I know the feeling of retreating to write and how powerful it can be!
Thank you for taking the time to share!
LOL- that is it!!!! love it!
Awesome, glad you can appreciate it, I know I sure can 😉
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Oh, it’s true. It’s so true.
Writers pretty much grown up children 😀 And loving it every time I do so.
Or is, grown up and still in touch with their inner child a better description.
Ha,ha! I’m accused of that from time to time. 🙂
Most writers are! 🙂
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It happened folks…
Loved this! I’m new to the blogging world, but have been a closet writer with a highly technical “real job” for over 25 years. Now that I write regularly, my hubby will often ask, “Which wife are you today? Am I dealing with a left-brain or right-brain?” Which actually translates to, “Will there be any laundry done and dinner produced or am I on my own for awhile?”
I can definitely relate to that!
The only problem is when you have to return to the real World and deal with things like bills and and stuff… 😀
Boom! You have captured the essence of my world!
LOL. This is so true, and sometimes I found at the most inopportune times. That’s when I come home and my pocket is stuffed with pieces of napkins I had written on. Not too long ago it was on a brown paper bag and of course all my colleagues that saw it just laughed and laughed! But I got it out of my head onto paper. LOL,
Yes I can relate too. I find I have to set a timer to get myself out of that world in my head. So I can get back to the real one and make my hubby’s dinner. Cause if I didn’t well we’d both go hungry. Sometimes though those characters won’t shut up with their conversations that just have to get out right now- you get it.:)
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This is sooooo true! Ha,ha!
Truer word never was spoken. If you don’t believe me, ask my wife. 😉
So true! 🙂